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Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Kaduna1stson: 9:23pm On Jun 06, 2020
We have so many past presidents, senators and ex military officers from our region. We have the most number of billionaire people who own oil Wells in the Niger Delta and even billionaire business men that don't care for our poor people.

We should start asking critical questions on why our own elders won't want to build schools for our teeming young people being born into poverty and condemned to become almajiri children.

My region of northern Nigeria needs schools and training facilities for our poor and needy, we we need our young population to be trained in vocations and stop this kid marriage that cuts the prospects of our girl child.

We should start holding our governors to ransom instead of shouting ran kadede while suffering hunger.

I have refused to be used as a thug during elections while the people I fight for end up building mansions in dubai while our region is experiencing extreme poverty.

I am really angry now.

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Kaduna1stson: 9:24pm On Jun 06, 2020
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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by philipstanley(m): 9:25pm On Jun 06, 2020
Let me read

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Kaduna1stson: 9:35pm On Jun 06, 2020
philipstanley:
Let me read

I feel ashamed to be associated with this region.
Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Nobody: 9:44pm On Jun 06, 2020
Nigeria can't move on with this propaganda, why are you people like this? OP is from aba and also a member of IPOB, IPOB are known for hatred and propaganda

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by ursullalinda(f): 9:46pm On Jun 06, 2020
I also felt same way when I was posted to the North for my NYSC......it just didn't make sense how a region will be so backward having ruled for more than 30yrs......I just concluded their elites are very heartless.

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by FlordFlorez(m): 9:47pm On Jun 06, 2020
Im here to read/hear from intelligent core northerners's opinions. Not aboki dem dem, abeg.

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Salvador1: 9:50pm On Jun 06, 2020
MinorityOpinion:
Nigeria can't move on with this propaganda, why are you people like this? OP is from aba and also a member of IPOB, IPOB are known for hatred and propaganda
how can u say he us from aba?
Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by NoIgboSoundTueh: 9:50pm On Jun 06, 2020
If i were you i will be ashamed of my sad, stagnating Anambra.
A dead state whose youth have all gone to lagos or to far north or even some to Uganda

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Nobody: 10:10pm On Jun 06, 2020
Salvador1:
how can u say he us from aba?
He exposed himself in another thread
Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Kaduna1stson: 10:19pm On Jun 06, 2020
MinorityOpinion:
Nigeria can't move on with this propaganda, why are you people like this? OP is from aba and also a member of IPOB, IPOB are known for hatred and propaganda

So reporting the real truth of what me and millions of poor northerners are suffering from is now propaganda? If you annoy me now I will post pictures of my village in Kaduna and people will shed tears here.

Why are you this wicked, anytime we want to speak out about years and years of suffering in the north people like you who have been feeding fat on the poverty of the north will come out to condemn us. Maybe you are part of the northern elite who have been making sure out children won't go to school so we can remain poor and ignorant.

For your information, we will never go and fight others in the next election so these set of elite suffering us in the north can continue to loot the north. We must not agree to be used as thugs anymore.

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Kaduna1stson: 10:26pm On Jun 06, 2020
FlordFlorez:
Im here to read/hear from intelligent core northerners's opinions. Not aboki dem dem, abeg.

See, real northerners are all being settled with small money to face a different direction while we the poor suffer.

We suffered after Babangida left power,
We suffered more after Abacha died suddenly
We will still suffer after buhari leaves power because he has left bus with no foundation

but our elites will be in Saudi Arabia and dubai buying mansion after mansion while we suffer and bear bad names for what they did to the country.

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Salvador1: 10:28pm On Jun 06, 2020
MinorityOpinion:

He exposed himself in another thread
he is arewa crew the way u are Yoruba

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Kaduna1stson: 10:32pm On Jun 06, 2020
NoIgboSoundTueh:
If i were you i will be ashamed of my sad, stagnating Anambra.
A dead state whose youth have all gone to lagos or to far north or even some to Uganda

If you think you can derail my facts by deflecting , I won't stop saying the truth. We are really suffering in the north and the little crumbs they give us during election cannot sustain us for 4 years. We must learn that our leaders are using us for their own selfish desires. No good schools, just dilapidated things , no decent housing and no water in my whole local government.
Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by FlordFlorez(m): 10:38pm On Jun 06, 2020
Kaduna1stson:


See, real northerners are all being settled with small money to face a different direction while we the poor suffer.

We suffered after Babangida left power,
We suffered more after Abacha died suddenly
We will still suffer after buhari leaves power because he has left bus with no foundation

but our elites will be in Saudi Arabia and dubai buying mansion after mansion while we suffer and bear bad names for what they did to the country.
Who open ur eyes sef? The other day u were so obsessed with Enugu, calling her brown roof republic while ur elites and their kids were busy uploading pix with luxury during sallah, with money they should've used to solve many issues plaguing ur region. Than God ur senses are back.

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Bembellaa: 10:42pm On Jun 06, 2020
Kaduna1stson:


So reporting the real truth of what me and millions of poor northerners are suffering from is now propaganda? If you annoy me now I will post pictures of my village in Kaduna and people will shed tears here.

Why are you this wicked, anytime we want to speak out about years and years of suffering in the north people like you who have been feeding fat on the poverty of the north will come out to condemn us. Maybe you are part of the northern elite who have been making sure out children won't go to school so we can remain poor and ignorant.

For your information, we will never go and fight others in the next election so these set of elite suffering us in the north can continue to loot the north. We must not agree to be used as thugs anymore.
shut up!! You're not a northerner

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Kaduna1stson: 10:43pm On Jun 06, 2020
FlordFlorez:
Who open ur eyes sef? The other day u were so obsessed with Enugu, calling her brown roof republic while ur elites and their kids were busy uploading pix with luxury during sallah, with money they should've used to solve many issues plaguing ur region. Than God ur senses are back.

When I saw those pictures, I shed tears for the North really, it's because millions of poor northerner cannot even buy phones that have Internet connection. If my suffering people see those insulting display of wealth while we suffer, riots will break out in Kano

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by helinues: 10:46pm On Jun 06, 2020
Kaduna1stson:
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Only a kid trolls
Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Kaduna1stson: 10:46pm On Jun 06, 2020
Bembellaa:
shut up!! You're not a northerner

So anyone who says the truth is termed as a southerner?

Is there anywhere me and you agreed that we must lie together about the poverty in the north?

So i will become a northerner only when I start flaunting my father's cars and houses while my whole state suffers?

Oga, Fear God ooo

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by FlordFlorez(m): 10:58pm On Jun 06, 2020
Kaduna1stson:


When I saw those pictures, I shed tears for the North really, it's because millions of poor northerner cannot even buy phones that have Internet connection. If my suffering people see those insulting display of wealth while we suffer, riots will break out in Kano
Why cant u and those that have phone show them? Again, why is ur moniker kaduna and u typed kano? I smell fish...
Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Nobody: 11:00pm On Jun 06, 2020
NoIgboSoundTueh:
If i were you i will be ashamed of my sad, stagnating Anambra.
A dead state whose youth have all gone to lagos or to far north or even some to Uganda

Some to Asia to hustle

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by DanHaske: 11:19pm On Jun 06, 2020
If you like carry a cat and dress it in a lion's skin, give it a Lion's name and all. But once it opens its mouth to make a sound, it will reveal its true identity, a very hopeless pussy cat.
Mr OP stop trying to claim what you are not, you can never fit in because you have the mindset of a miserable ipob wailer.

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by stonemasonn: 11:27pm On Jun 06, 2020
Kaduna1stson:


So anyone who says the truth is termed as a southerner?

Is there anywhere me and you agreed that we must lie together about the poverty in the north?

So i will become a northerner only when I start flaunting my father's cars and houses while my whole state suffers?

Oga, Fear God ooo
we first have to decentralize power and let every region handle their resources and contribute a percentage to the center.
Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Jakemedg(m): 12:11am On Jun 07, 2020
MinorityOpinion:
Nigeria can't move on with this propaganda, why are you people like this? OP is from aba and also a member of IPOB, IPOB are known for hatred and propaganda
How did you know him?
How do i know you aren't an IPOB?
You must be an IPOB yourself

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Re: Critical Questions We Northerners Should Be Asking Our Leaders by Jakemedg(m): 12:14am On Jun 07, 2020
DanHaske:

If you like carry a cat and dress it in a lion's skin, give it a Lion's name and all. But once it opens its mouth to make a sound, it will reveal its true identity, a very hopeless pussy cat.
Mr OP stop trying to claim what you are not, you can never fit in because you have the mindset of a miserable ipob wailer.
I can relate to the OP's post because i live in the north unlike you fake northerner

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